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Unread 09-06-2013, 08:00 PM   #1
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Default 45 day dry aged ribeye on the kettle (pics)

I used the Umai dry age bags to dry age a choice ribeye subprimal for 45 days. I trimmed and portioned out steaks and I froze them. Today I wanted to do some steaks up, so i pulled them out and did them on the kettle. I also did sauteed onions, grilled zucchini and squash and roasted potatos.

Had the potatos on for a while, did the veggies up while I had the ribeyes going for a reverse sear.



Plated pictures. Had some french onion dip on the potatos (great suggestion by the roommate)


Sliced the steak in half and was greeted by this


Gratuitous fork shot. You can see where I let one side go a little bit too long but still ended up with a great steak.


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Looks good to me!
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Aawa, that looks awesome! Masarap!
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As good as that looks I can only imagine the taste.
45 days dry aged sure added some great flavor I'd bet
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As good as that looks I can only imagine the taste.
45 days dry aged sure added some great flavor I'd bet
The dry age gave the steak a super beefy flavor. My friends said that it was better than steaks from restaurants around this area. I was really surprised and very flattered they gave me that compliment.
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Ageing is the key to good tasting beef.
Looking at your other cooks I can tell you're not one who goes shy on good flavor
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Ageing is the key to good tasting beef.
Looking at your other cooks I can tell you're not one who goes shy on good flavor
Good food enhances good times with friends, and I like having friends over to hangout. Tonight I couldn't have them hangout as long because I work overnight. So after dinner and cleanup they went out to the bars.
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Looks delicious!!
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That really looks good!
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Mmmmmm steak!!! Looks awesome!!
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That looks delicious!!! What's an Umai dry age bag?
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That steak looks like crap. It was probably bad for you. Please send the rest to me for proper disposal.


Alright, yeah, it all looks great!
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That steak looks like crap. It was probably bad for you. Please send the rest to me for proper disposal.


Alright, yeah, it all looks great!
It was so terrible I disposed of it all into my belly
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That looks delicious!!! What's an Umai dry age bag?
It is a bag that allows you to dry age in a regular fridge instead of having a dedicated dry aging fridge etc.

So far I have done a NY Strip Subprimal for 30 days and a Ribeye Subprimal for 45 days.

http://www.drybagsteak.com/

That is the link to them. They are kind of neat.
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Nice Job ..Looks great.. Always nice to see a kettle loaded up !
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